The Art Complex Museum invites you to a traditional Japanese tea ceremony.
A ritual practice of preparing and drinking tea, the Japanese tea ceremony is a symbol of Japanese formality and spiritual aestheticism. Traditionally, it would be practiced in a specialized space called a tea house, designed specifically for tea ceremony gatherings.
The Art Complex Museum’s tea house is called, Sho-fu-an or “Wind in the Pines.”
Registration: Registration is not required.
All are welcome on a first-come, first-served basis.